Streetside Classics in Fort Worth, TX

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Phone(s):(817) 764-8000
Address:5400 Sandshell Dr, Fort Worth, TX, 76137

Reviews on Streetside Classics

Michael G. | 2014-10-26

When I went to look at and purchase my 1970 Buick GS455 at Streetside Classics in TX, I knew I was buying a used car.  I knew there were risks involved.  The engine wasn't new and the car could break down on my return home, but I love to drive and took the risk.  The "professionals" at Streetside Classics supposedly went through the car and checked the tire pressure, oil and other fluids.  Since they have staff mechanics, I assumed they do this for a living and would do a good job.  Wrong assumption.  400 miles into the trip I ended up with a seized engine due to a lack of oil, with zero oil light (it doesn't work) or signs of any leak (I crawled under the car) or smoke from the exhaust.  When I checked the oil, I knew immediately that it was the wrong dipstick. Once I researched the part number on the installed dipstick;it turned out to be for a late 60's/70's small block Chevy engine.  When I left with the car I knew the battery was questionable and I ended up replacing the starter and battery to be sure that was not the issue; eventually spending over a $1000 towing the car home.  Once safe in my garage I drained and measured the oil.  After having added a quart it measured out to just over 2 quarts.  The professionals at Streetside Classics were negligent in not knowing the dipstick was incorrect; obvious by the fact it did not seat properly when inserted.  I was very reasonable in asking them to refund a portion of my added costs incurred to repair the vehicle because I understand that the car was used and the engine was not guaranteed to be perfect; however, had they been diligently doing their job, this would not have happened only 400 miles down the road.  They refused on the basis of "as is" and Texas has no applicable laws for used car sales.  Unfortunately, I know they may have your dream car and you will have to deal with them.  I simply encourage you to hire your own independent mechanic to do a thorough check because their staff obviously does not value the buyers or the sellers enough to know about the cars they are working on and selling.